Schedule of Masses & Devotions in Lecanvey Church for the period of prayer, penance, reparation and petition for the protection of the unborn and retention of the 8th Ammendment – CROAGH PATRICK
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On this Feast of the Ascension of the Lord, the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter is pleased to introduce the Summer issue of our quarterly magazine Dowry (Summer 2018, No38).
SPECIAL ISSUE ON HOLY MATRIMONY
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In this issue:
Editorial: Alfie’s Death Made Us All Orphans
R.I.P. – Dolores O’Riordan of The Cranberries
The Marriage of the Virgin by Raphael
Humanae Vitae and the Crisis of Faith
The Ends of Marriage
My Name Is Bond, Marriage Bond
Pictures of Holy Week
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Mass of SS Philip & James: All are welcome to assist at Holy Mass organised by Juventutem Corcaigh, 8pm this Friday 11th May at SS Peter & Paul’s, Cork City, followed by a social for those aged 18-35.
Theology on Tap: At 7:15pm on Monday 14th May, there will be a talk on the Blessed Trinity at Cork’s Dominican Centre, for members and friends of Juventutem Corcaigh. The points to be considered during the talk include:
– What is the Nature of the Most Holy Trinity? Why is this important?
– Old Testament traces of the MHT / New Testament revelation of the MHT
– Patristic theology: MHT worthy of martyrdom; St Augustine’s De trinitate
– Scholastic theology: St Thomas; Father & Son as active & passive in regard to generation
– Blessed Trinity and the person / marriage / life. Heaven = Communion of Communions
– Blessed Trinity contra divorce / abortion / contraception
– Blessed Trinity denied by Islam
– Our final purpose, the beatific vision, is beholding the Blessed Trinity, penetrating the mystery
‘Ego Eimi – It is I’ (John 6:51)
A series of conferences on the Most Holy Eucharist
By Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP, Rector of St Mary’s Shrine
Given live at St Mary’s Shrine Church, Buttermarket Street, Warrington WA1 2NS, England
In preparation for the National Eucharistic Congress in Liverpool (7-9 Sept. 2018)
Free for all. All welcome.
Each 40-min conference starts at 7:00pm GMT and will be broadcasted on LiveMass.net
• Monday 11 June, 7:00pm: Transubstantiation: how the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Christ occur under the externals of bread and wine
• Tuesday 12 June, 7:00pm: Concomitance: how Christ’s Blood also is in the Host, and His Body also in the Chalice
• Wednesday 13 June, 7:00pm: Fragments: why each of them is Christ, and how to treasure them
• Thursday 14 June, 7:00pm: Gradation: how God’s presence is supreme in the Holy Eucharist
EF Confirmations, Wednesday 20th June 2018 at 7:00pm,
by Archbishop Malcolm McMahon, OP
at St Mary’s Shrine, Warrington,
followed by Exposition, Benediction and refreshments.
IMPORTANT: Any 13+ Catholics are welcome to apply, even from outside the Liverpool Archdiocese.
Email now Fr Loewenstein, FSSP: email@example.com
Plans are afoot for a delegation from the FSSP communities in Reading and Warrington to participate in the Chartres pilgrimage on Pentecost weekend. The theme of this year’s pilgrimage is “St Joseph, Pilgrim and Servant”.
We will be going with the Latin Mass Society. Departure is from London on Friday, 18 May 2018 at 7:30am. Arrival back in London about 8pm on the following Tuesday, 22 May 2018.
The pilgrimage consists of a walk from Notre-Dame Cathedral, Paris, to Notre-Dame Cathedral, Chartres, covering 70 miles in three days. This involves long hours of walking, early morning starts, arriving at the campsite late in the evenings and requires a reasonable level of fitness.
Payment in full by 25 March (Palm Sunday this year). Bursary may be available for young people to reduce costs.
Contact Fr O’Donohue for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dowry 37 now online!
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In this issue:
Editorial: Overlooked Migrants
Let This Not Be Your Last Dowry!
Should Priests Marry To Be Merry?
Thirsting for Truth
The Veil of Saint Veronica
Young Adults Fall for Old Rite
Prayers for a fruitful General Chapter
His + Hers = Heirs
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Juventutem Corcaigh’s meeting on Monday 12th March will involve a discussion on Humanae Vitae followed by relaxation at a nearby pub. The discussion will start around 7:15pm at the Dominican Centre, Popes Quay, Cork (map here).
Check Facebook Juventutem Corcaigh for further details:
By concession of the Holy See, the Chair of St Peter (22 Feb) is a Feast of the First Class in FSSP apostolates. And by decree of the Sacred Apostolic Penitentiary, dated June 7, 2008, a plenary indulgence is granted under the usual conditions to the members of the Confraternity of St Peter on this feast (22 Feb). The conditions are:
– to have the intention of gaining the indulgence
– to make a Sacramental Confession (within several days before or after the feast)
– receive the Holy Eucharist (within several days before or after the feast)
– to pray for the intentions of the Holy Father, for example a Creed, Our Father, Hail Mary and Glory Be.
– to be free from all attachment to venial sin. This last is difficult, but if it can’t be fulfilled, a partial indulgence may be gained.
Members of the Confraternity can also gain plenary indulgences on the day of their admission into the CSP and on the Feast of SS Peter & Paul (29 June). To sign up, please visit the “Confraternity” tab above. And for information on indulgences click here.